Eaton Centre, Toronto Division, Canada

12 Mentions on Trippy

220 Yonge Street

Toronto Division, ON M5B CA

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(416) 598-8560

  • 4 mentions in Where should I shop in Toronto?

    • Seamus James B.

      Seamus James B. said, "...dining so bring a big bag, tons of cash and wear comfortable shoes to get the job done! Starting from the Eaton Centre -- located between 2 Subway stops along Toronto's East/West dividing line Yonge St-- this shoppers paradise has everything under..." See More

    • Payal S.

      Payal S. said, "...Queen West (west of spadina) has some great local store and some great Toronto designers. Eaton Centre has all the regular name brands but for more unique items I would avoid the mall and go to areas such as queen west and..." See More

    • Justin P.

      Justin P. said, "...High End: Yorkville; Mall: Eaton Centre; Interesting: Queen Street West and Ossington Ave..." See More

    • Jenny F.

      Jenny F. said, "... Eaton Centre at yonge and dundas...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Must go places in Toronto?

    • Zishan A.

      Zishan A. said, "...the Canadian National Exhibition (aka "The Ex") Take in a sporting event (Raptors, Maple Leafs, Blue Jays, Toronto FC) Shop at Eaton Centre, or Yorkdale Shopping Centre Toronto Zoo Hockey Hall of Fame Hope that helps!..." See More

    • Christopher C.

      Christopher C. said, "...I would recommend ROM Museum Store Art Gallery of Ontario Ontario Science Centre Hockey Hall of Fame Kensington Market & Eaton Centre..." See More

    • Kim D.

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      Kim D. said, "...walk around visit galleries and cafes, see the historic buildings and you're right close to everything downtown. If you like shopping Eaton Centre is our largest mall, and across the street is Yonge-Dundas Square where big outdoors events and concerts are held..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Which is the best Outlet for shopping?

    • Mary M.

      Mary M. said, "... Eaton Centre. Lots of stores (3 floors) and restaurants.Located in downtown Toronto...." See More

    • Sunny T.

      Sunny T. said, "...also have a bus service from Union station. Though not really an outlet, but if you are pressed for time, Eaton Centre is an excellent "been there" stop in Toronto:-) Dixie Outlet Mall always has deals but requires you to have..." See More

  • 1 mention in Awesome things to do and eat in Toronto?

    • Kim D.

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      Kim D. said, "...The Brunswick House and plentiful cheap sushi places like New Generation Sushi. If you plan on doing any shopping, skip the Eaton Centre and head over to Queen Street West it spans the west side of the city and if full of..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is unique to Toronto in terms of North America?

    • Sofia S.

      Sofia S. said, "...some great places to shop, not only cheap and popular like all the stores you will find in this enormous mall Eaton Centre but trendy and unique pieces like in Distillery District, Yorkville, Queen Street West, Little Italy. There is a nice..." See More

  • 1 mention in Family of five heading to Toronto. What should we do?

    • Jorge N.

      Jorge N. said, "...paired up. It's a TO-thing to pay a regular visit to Tim Horton. The malls are quite popular in the winter: Eaton Centre- you can use The PATH - First Canadian Pl to walk around downtown without having to step outside;..." See More